Kirkby Fleetham 

with Fencotes

Parish Council

The Parish includes the villages of Kirkby Fleetham, Great Fencote and Little Fencote.



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InfoNet KFF is fully supported by the Parish Council and is a new community information service, whereby subscribers will link in to an email messaging service to

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Neighbourhood Watch Scheme

Our communities rely more than ever on a close relationship between the public and the police. Neighbourhood Watch works hard to share messages to help keep us safe.

Gary Jones, our NHW Co-Ordinator has registered the Parish with the National scheme. To register to receive information about a variety of community alert  messages, click the link below and enter your postcode


Once registered, you will automatically receive community alert messages from Neighbourhood Watch. You can also revise and add to the range of messages receive, to include:

  • Fire &Rescue Services

  • Neighbourhood Watch

  • Office of the Police Crime Commissioner

  • SGN (Gas Emergency Service)

  • The Police

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local Covid support in the villages


AND there are new events to plan for

 NYCC Bulletin    Current information across North Yorkshire - 05 May

Covid 19 - Current Restrictions in England

CORONAVIRUS - COVID-19 - local support

also see Covid -19 page

The team of helpers remain available while the Covid threat is still with us.
They can help if you are self-isolating, need

someone to talk to, are shielding, struggling to get out or can't operate online facilities. Anyone who needs help please call or text Laura on 07545 952845.

Self-Isolating? We are here for you

Need someone to talk to? We are here for you

Shielding? Struggling to get out? Can’t operate online facilities? We are here for you

Whether you require essentials buying, prescriptions collecting or just need a chat – there are many of us here, for you.

To receive help please call - or text - Laura on 07545 952845.

Village Hall Update - Covid 19 - please go to KF Village Hall page

Land Still Needed

The Parish Council is still keen to develop a recreation area for all ages, especially as there may be grant money available to assist with this. We are seeking a plot of land suitably placed  within the parish, of a minimum quarter acre but up to half or one  acre, for purchase or long term lease.

If anyone feels they could help in this matter we would love to hear from you to discuss further, so please contact our parish clerk – Mr N Lowe, 01609 748139, or email  kffparishclerk@gmail.com

The Parish Council.

Flying the flag for sustainability - Electric Vehicle Charge Point

Our Village Hall will soon become just the second in the county to install electric vehicle charge points.

Two grants and some of the profit from last year’s village plant stall are being used to fund the project, and installation will take place in the spring

The idea earned the support of Trustees because the charge points will be a service to residents (and their visiting friends and family) who may wish to own an electric vehicle in the future and do not have off-street parking. It will also be a service for residential guests at the Black Horse Inn. Not only that, but as the 2021 Policy Exchange think-tank report on charge point roll-out in the UK identifies Yorkshire as one of three areas which is lagging behind the rest of the nation, and also warns of charging blackspots in rural areas, this venture ticks those boxes too. Once complete, the dual installation - with paying facility - will be able to charge two cars at any one time, taking 1-2 hours. The unit will be sited at the front of the village hall, just inside the low wall, and its location will appear on the national EV charge point location map.

By Jean Morley, who championed this idea and made it possible

Plant Stall - a growing success

The community plant stall has been popular since opening last month and will run throughout May and most of June.

Located at The Willows, next door to The Black Horse Inn, and plants change on an almost daily basis with new annuals, perennials, herbs and vegetables all making an

appearance as soon as they are ready for display.

As usual, all funds raised will go to improve the facilities at the village hall so please continue to support the venture.